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New snapshot focus on nsl and cache

April 8th, 2010

Hei So we have more fixes for ya. The most important ones are the fix for the nsl issue (waiting for cookie…) and the cache issue. Please take it for a spin and tell us if you find any new regs related to these fixes. Note: When discussing new issues please mention which Operating System…

A Closer Look at Internet Explorer 9 Hardware Acceleration Through Flying Images

April 8th, 2010

One of our objectives with Internet Explorer 9 is taking full advantage of modern PC hardware to make the browser faster. We’re excited about hardware acceleration because it fundamentally improves the performance of websites. The websites that you use every day become faster and more responsive, and developers can create new classes of web applications…

Announcing SunSpider 0.9.1

April 7th, 2010

Today we’d like to announce SunSpider 0.9.1, a new version of the popular SunSpider JavaScript benchmark that improves accuracy of results. We recommend that anyone using SunSpider to test JavaScript performance should migrate to the new version. A little over two years ago, we announced the SunSpider JavaScript benchmark. We originally created SunSpider for our…

Florida DrupalCamp 2010 Case Study

April 7th, 2010

Two Days, 176 attendees, Two Grateful Organizations with New Sites Florida DrupalCamp 2010 held just outside of Orlando was the largest Drupal-related gathering the Sunshine state has ever seen. The February 20-21 event pulled in more than 175 attendees from Florida and the US, more than $5,000 in sponsorships, and generated a lot of interest…

BookTeller: Subscription-based Library of Animated Children’s Books

April 5th, 2010

BookTeller.com is a subscription-based online library for animated and narrated children’s books, available in both English and Chinese. Currently, there are over 200 books available for subscribers and more are being added. Its goals are to help parents and educators teach children how to read and to get them reading more often by giving them…

Final fixes before the Easter Holidays

April 1st, 2010

Before we all go off to celebrate Easter Holidays, we thought we’d give you a few final fixes to show what we have been working on. As you can see from the changelog there are quite a lot improvements. Most of these issues are cross platform fixes, however both Mac and UNIX get a number…

Unmuting the web with Google Chrome

April 1st, 2010

We’ve long felt that not enough people know what a browser is. Too many people just use the browser that comes with their computer. The time has come for browsers to speak up and be heard. Even though we’ve experimented with visual improvements in the way of 3D stereoscopy, we think it’s time for browsers…

Yury Semikhatsky and Jian Li are now WebKit reviewers.

April 1st, 2010

Yury Semikhatsky has been working in the developer tools area (Web Inspector) for a while. In addition to numerous fixes in tracking resources, CSS inspection and related items, he made some very complex contributions including the inspection of cross-domain iframes while preserving the original security model and changing the way the inspector interacts with the…